New Help And Kindness Website For Dorset
This is a project that is being developed by the team at Alacrify. We are building a resource that will help to support and empower the community and world that we live in.
Published on: 3rd March 2008
Last week we welcomed the return of another long-standing client for a reprint of a set of flyers to promote his business. Peter Thomas, an award-winning local woodturner who makes the most fantastic vessels and bowls from locally sourced timber, needed a reprint of a leaflet that we first designed over 3 years ago.
Now in it's third edition, the leaflet it has been requested to be ready for Dorset Art Weeks in at the end of May; in fact it should return from the printers within the next couple of days.
It's always a pleasure to provide ongoing services to our clients and Peter isn't the only person who's been back for more lately...
Dorset County Museum have just approved the design for their new Exhibitions flyers for 2008 and this has now been sent to print...
We are working with Champagne Film and Television Productions to make some changes to their website and include new showreels in an updated layout...
And finally we've been producing revised artwork for another London-based consultancy which has just been sent for re-printing this week.
We’re pleased to announce that we have just launched a NEW website for Osmington Village Hall. Osmington Village Hall came to us needing a brand new website as the old one had been taken offline. We built the website from the ground up taking a fresh new approach alongside Osmington Village Hall.
We’re excited to announce that we have relaunched the Weymouth and Portland Information website. The website is an internal project of ours and one that’s needed attention for a while. The main aim of the redesign was to make the website responsive and easier for users to navigate around.
We have just launched a new website for Emma at R-EM Therapies. R-EM Therapies is a new client of Alacrify’s that we’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with. R-EM came to us needing a new website as the old site was starting to show its age. The old site also wasn’t responsive and was also unsecure which negatively impacted the site's search engine rankings as well as being hard for users to access on their mobiles and tablets.